An abstract painting with bright colors and dark streaks.

Reading Time: 8 minutes Is working with opposites the key to healing? I entered Usui/Tibetan Reiki out of a completely vague need to do something valuable with myself. There were no big problems in my life then: I was in good health, my relationships were also going well, and my work was progressing nicely. My life may have looked […]

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Define Me.

June 17, 2021

Reading Time: 3 minutes We are living in a society of extremist definitions and polarities. Whether the conversations are about politics, diets, religion, or anything in between, there seems to be a growing mentality that “we” are against “them”. This is blatantly obvious on social media. Our feeds are filled with blind regurgitation of unresearched factoids which are often […]

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Reading Time: 10 minutes As one who serves as a vessel for healing energy to pass through her and a very isolated though in the city Shaman, the fridge dweller nature of observation, observation nature just has to come out. Am unusual but though I can not see clearly in the physical I do see a lot in other […]

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An abstract painting of some mystical looking shapes and two arms emerging from a pyramid in the center.

Reading Time: 2 minutes According to Ayurveda (a sacred term referring to the science of life), we are microcosms of the macrocosmic universe. Indeed, its holistic approach to health and healing is one in which our body is not seen to be a mere collection of atoms and molecules, but as an inseparable part of the larger field of […]

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An abstract painting of a figure in front of an orb with undecipherable scribblings.

Reading Time: 8 minutes For many, the search for genuine meaning remains a desirous, life-long pursuit. How do we know when our lives can actually be characterized as meaningful? On a very fundamental level, searching for meaning places your life in a context of meaning; that is, you know what it means to lose meaning and to reacquire it. […]

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A painting of an array of colors, from beige, periwinkle, blue, red, light green. There is also a pair of drawn out hands that is the outline of two hands meeting one another on top and in all of the colors.

Reading Time: 6 minutes When I was in hospital during my first psychotic episode in 1996, aged 27, I didn’t realize that I was experiencing psychosis. To me it felt like a spiritual awakening. I couldn’t understand why the doctors thought differently. They weren’t the ones on the inside of it and didn’t even ask me what I was […]

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Painting on a black canvas. A blue and white lotus flower budding out a mandala type shapes showing the difference phases of the moon then flowering out which are all a white, purple of blue shade. The background of these images is a white patten of the flower of life.

Reading Time: 6 minutes Last year the pandemic in our world created an extraordinary opportunity for me. I studied and became a master shaman which allowed me to fully embrace what I have always known, being sensitive to energy and curious about the human condition. I like to say that God created me with all of my sense settings […]

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A painting of an adult black man riding the bus behind an older, "better" dressed white man, the former looking dreamingly pensive.

Reading Time: 21 minutes Excerpts from Large-Group Psychology: Racism, Societal Divisions, Narcissistic Leaders and Who We Are Now (2020), written by Vamık D. Volkan, M.D., DFLAPA, FACPsa, in response to the deadly 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Dr. Volkan is currently President Emeritus of the International Dialogue Initiative (IDI) and the Senior Erik Erikson Scholar at the […]

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An abstract painting of with horizontal panels of varying colors and shading.

Reading Time: 3 minutes I had an interesting discussion with a woman who came to play the transformational board game I invented called the Game of Clarity over the weekend. We start the game by formulating questions, regarding which each player wants clarity and direction. This woman had two different directions to choose from and after talking for a […]

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Reading Time: 6 minutes “The common characteristics of groupthink include: an illusion of invulnerability; an unquestioned belief in the group’s inherent morality; collective efforts to discount warnings; stereotyped views of the enemy as evil; self-censorship of deviations from group beliefs; a shared illusion of unanimity; suppression of dissent; and the emerge of self-appointed mind-guards who screen the group from […]

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